We are constantly striving to create a better world for dogs, cats and communities. If you’re a journalist needing information or support, our media team are here to help.
Our team is available for comments, interviews and information.
For all press and media enquiries, contact Jemma Gillard, PR and Media Officer via email@example.com or 07507 491105.
These contact details are for the use of journalists only and are not suitable for general Mayhew enquiries.
Our team of experts are available for comment and interview on animal welfare and related subjects. Our spokespeople are available for comment via our press office and include:
Our spokespeople can comment on a range of animal welfare subjects, including the following:
• Animal abuse
• Animal abandonment
• Humane methods of animal population control
• Indiscriminate breeding and its consequences
• Pet identification and licensing
• Status dogs
• Feral cats
• Responsible pet ownership
• Basic veterinary care requirements
• Animal welfare legislation
• International projects
• Rabies and disease control and prevention
We welcome filming requests on location at Mayhew and our Community Veterinary Clinic in North West London. Please email Jemma Gillard at firstname.lastname@example.org or 07507 491105
Mayhew has a wealth of experience in dealing with animal welfare cases and animal rescue stories. We have an extensive back catalogue of case studies, which may be used to support your articles. If you are looking for specific statistics to support your work, please get in touch with our press office and we will do our best to help.
Mayhew is lucky to have several celebrity ambassadors that support our work. Their support allows us to take care of more animals and to help more people in our local community. Find out more about our Celebrity Ambassadors.
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